reply to post by jasmine23
soooooo, are either close to you?
are there other sites that may be?
do you think this could be triggering the behavior?
you are there, living it ... we can only surmise based on what you provide. i can say that you are not in any noted seismic activity zone (if that
I am experiencing similar behavior with a few of my felines, however we are in FL. two of the ones that prefer solitude, all of a sudden want, beg
for and insist on lap-time. odd indeed.
don't work yourself into a frenzy over it, try to pinpoint the behavior characteristics and go from there. when does it happen? new food? new
mate? new anything? another person or newer pet in the house?
there are toooo many questions you've left unanswered.
try to remember, we all have 'strange' days, animals are no different.
*** speaking of oddities, did anyone else notice the position of the moon, earlier this evening?
anything seem out of place to you?
driving around 7pm, i noticed the crescent moon, bright and beautiful, but strangely placed in the NWestern sky (way toooo early in the evening).
Normally, that view should be present about now (2am), however, i just went outside to have a look-see and the moon is not visible to me any
i wonder if this is indicative of the pole shift?